You’re probably into getting the top streaming shows on Netflix.
But, have you ever wondered, what are the top streaming shows on Amazon Prime Video?
Don’t sweat it. If you want to take a break from Netflix to enjoy another streaming platform, we’ve got you.
Here are top streaming shows on Amazon Prime TV that you’d definitely enjoy
The Boys, after capturing the attention of its audiences in its first season, has us glued to our screens again.
The first season of The Boys was released in 2019.
Its second season was just released a week ago.
And from the critics rating, the show is doing pretty well.
The Boys is actually based on a comic book.
With just three episodes into the second season, the show has been renewed for a third season.
The show also has a critic rating of 90%
Show Description: The story has a plot where the superheroes are the bad guys.
Billy Butcher is bent on taking down Homelander, the leader of “The 7.”
Butcher and his crew have come together to take down Vought. The superhero headquarters.
But things aren’t looking so great for them.
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel had its first season officially released in 2017.
The show has a critic rating of 89%.
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, is driven by dramatic comedy.
The show currently has three active seasons. Notwithstanding, it’s been renewed for its fourth season.
Marvelous Mrs Maisel, in 2017, won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series.
Show Description: This show is about a housewife and mother, “Midge”
Midge realizes that she has a forte for standup comedy and chases her dreams.
The show has a setting of the 1950s and 1960s.
Homecoming had its first season released in 2018.
It’s a psychological American thriller story.
At the release of the second season of the show, there was a shift in the plot.
Not just the plot, but also, there was a change in characters e.g. singing star Janelle Monae.
The second season of the show premiered on the 22nd May, 2020.
It also has a critic rating of 78%.
Show Description: Heidi Bergan, a social worker at the Homecoming Transitional Centre.
The center helps in transitioning the life of soldiers and giving them a fresh civilian start.
Bergman starts her new life as a waitress but is in the shadow of her experience at the Homecoming center.
Eventually, she comes to the realisation that the centre is not what it seems.
Sneaky Pete has a critic rating of 96%.
Although the show was cancelled by Amazon Prime Video after three seasons, it was very much enjoyable while it aired.
The first season premiered on January 13th, 2017.
By June 4th 2019, the show was cancelled.
Show Description: The story has a plot of American crime drama.
Pete (Marius) is a newly released convict. Upon his exit from prison, he assumes the personality of his cellmate.
He did this to run away from his past life. But it’s apparent there’s no running from your past.
Pete is experiencing a second chance at life. But, the mistakes of his past still haunt him.
Have a look at the trailer. See if it’s something you’d be into.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, or just Jack Ryan, debuted his first season in 2018.
The show has a critic rating of 71%.
It is an American political thriller show.
The show stars John Krasinski as Jack Ryan.
The show currently has 2 seasons streaming. However, the show is set for a third season, after it’s renewal in 2019.
So, if Jack Ryan is something you might be interested in, you might want to get on it in preparation for the third season.
Show Description: Jack Ryan is in the middle of a political warfare in a dubious Venezuela.
In the plot of the story, Venezuela is currently experiencing an economic meltdown, thereby causing mass migration.
Check out the trailer of the show in the video below.
There you have it! The top streaming shows on Amazon Prime Video.
If you haven’t started any of these already, now would be a good time.
Also, we’d love to know what your favourite shows are. You can leave them in the comments section below.
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